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  1. The Florida Panhandle (also West Florida and Northwest Florida) is the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Florida; it is a strip of land roughly 200 miles (320 km) long and 50 to 100 miles (80 to 161 km) wide, lying between Alabama on the north and the west, Georgia on the north, and the Gulf of Mexico to the south.

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    • West Virginia. West Virginia is the only state with two panhandles; the Eastern and the Northern panhandles. The Eastern Panhandle stretches from the northeastern part of the state and borders the states of Virginia and Maryland.
    • Alaska. The Alaska Panhandle, also referred to as South Alaska, is a protrusion on the southeastern part of Alaska bordering northern British Columbia, Canada.
    • Connecticut. The Connecticut Panhandle is the southwestern extension of the state of Connecticut, contained entirely in the Fairfield County. The panhandle resulted from the irregularity in the setting of the boundary line in the 17th century.
    • Florida. Florida Panhandle constitutes the northwestern portion of Florida. The panhandle is approximately 200 miles long and 50 miles wide at the narrowest point and 100 miles at the widest point.
  2. 4 Bureau of Economics and Business Research, Florida Population Stuides, Bulletin 183 AVE-3. In addition, we made manual adjustments to the projections in seven counties in the Florida Panhandle to account for estimated population

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  3. Feb 07, 2020 · The Hidden History of the Florida Panhandle During the Civil War, Pt 2 February 7, 2020 November 9, 2020 / Northwest Florida History We left off last time exploring which States the men of the 1st Florida Cavalry Union Volunteers were living in during the 1860 census.

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  5. Jun 11, 2012 · In the first half of the nineteenth century Florida, demographically speaking, was the Panhandle (defined here as Jefferson County and all counties to its west). The Panhandle had 70 percent of the state’s population in 1830, but this proportion has declined to 7.3 percent in 2010.

  6. Aug 13, 2020 · The Florida Department of Health reported 24 new cases in Okaloosa County, 35 in Santa Rosa County and just seven in Walton County. Three COVID-19-related deaths were reported in Santa Rosa County ...

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